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Vorkulth, the self-proclaimed “Sons of the Bull” are a warlike race that has upheld their own concept of honor (usually obtained through the spilling of blood and other battle achievements) and with strong beliefs in their unique status of being unchained of what made them animals by an ancient being known solely as Vor, the Bull. They view other races below themselves, judging their system of attachments to their roots (Dwarves to their Mâ-derim, Elves to their forests, Humans to their Codex) as the most lowly self-enslavement, and thus they have no trouble of declaring war to satisfy their own need of battle. Their leadership is usually comprised of a general, but they are as temporary as the fleeting wind, usually changing hands at least three times per year. There’s no fear of battle in the orcish armies, and even the recruits are usually taken for harsh training, in which they will break them down to their lowest. The Orcish magic is known as the Calling, a type of magic that manipulates the elementals and can bend the will of spiritual entities to the will of the caster.
Children are usually raised up to become warriors since birth, including both males and females. Those born with deformities and anomalies that will hinder them from the fray of battle are usually left for babysitting and strategy-crafting. Their current leader is Og-har The Enraged; who’s considered one of the Greater Warlords, as he’s been on the throne for more than 40 years now, much longer than many leaders.